Skateboard stolen at Sutter Dining Hall

Anna Sobreviñas

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University Police Department:

Sunday, 6:00 a.m.: Presentation to campus community at Campus Core. “Sorority with machetes will be on campus taking group photos.”

Sunday, 3:49 p.m.: Petty theft at A Lot on West Sacramento Avenue and Warner Street. “Lost/stolen rear license plate 7BFG863 on her black 2013 Nissan Rogue.”

Sunday, 9:22 p.m.: Elevator malfunction at Butte Hall on Legion Avenue. “Second floor, two subjects inside, door partial open.”

Monday, 8:01 a.m.: Graffiti at Holt Hall on Arcadian Avenue. “First floor east men’s bathroom handicap stall. Etched pen into drywall. Had been painted over on arrival.”

Monday, 11:03 a.m.: Non-injury hit-and-run at Parking Structure 1 on Cherry Street. “Suspect vehicle 6XYM103, 4VAD474 black BMW/victim vehicle, fresh damage to the driver’s side white paint transfer.”

Monday, 2:05 p.m.: Petty theft at Sutter Hall on Legion Avenue. “Responding party states skateboard was stolen from Sutter Dining skateboard rack. Skateboard was secured with a combo pad lock. Lock was still intact but skateboard missing when responding party returned to skateboard. Responding party says the theft took place some time between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Skateboard is described as a Penny board with a white top and the American flag on the bottom. The wheels are alternating red and blue with white trucks.”

Chico Police Department:

Sunday, 10:02 a.m.: Suspicious subject at West Sixth Street. “Male walking in traffic, on Main between Sixth/Seventh, northbound, responding party honks but subject seems to be ‘in another world’ and oblivious to traffic.”

Sunday, 12:23 p.m.: Harassment at Chico Gardens on Pomona Avenue. “Responding party states that this subject is soliciting females to beat up the responding party. Responding party states subject grows marijuana in the hills. Responding party states the solicitation occurred on Facebook.”

Sunday, 9:04 p.m.: Suspicious subject at West Fifth Street. “Responding party was on a jog through the area, was approached by a subject in his forties, possibly a transient, who was trying to persuade responding party and other girls around to come hang out with him. Subject was very aggressive with responding party. Responding party was able to make it home but concerned for other females in the area.”

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